Beginning with an innovative way to define property, T.Collins Logan explores the moral underpinnings of civil society expressed by "the unitive principle." This principle, in turn, is applied to a method of property valuation and exchange that emphasizes well-being through community-level systems and structures. T.Collins advocates for design principles and several threads of evolution that must simultaneously occur in order to achieve a more compassionate and egalitarian political economy. This is a vision that takes root in individual moral development, and expands outward into community, regional, national and global relationships. In Political Economy and the Unitive Principle, constructive change is only possible when organic, grass roots activism coincides with top-down institutional reforms. There is considerable hope and optimism among these pages, and plentiful resources to support next steps in a more positive and productive direction. Political Economy and the Unitive Principle is a thoughtful discussion of one viable alternative to an increasingly toxic commercialist corporationism.